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agria

(ăg′rē-ə)
n.
An extensive pustular eruption.
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Burbank (df=5; MS=0.561;F=3.023; Pa$?0.05, n=14), Agria (df=5; MS=0.561;F=3.023; Pa$?0.05, n=13) and Granola (df=5; MS=0.561;F=3.023; Pa$?0.05, n=12) during the 3 rd week.
13 April 2016 - Chinese agricultural company Agria Corp.'s (NYSE: GRO) board of directors has received a notice from executive chairman Guanglin Lai and Brothers Capital Ltd., a BVI company wholly-owned by Lai, to withdraw a preliminary non-binding take-private proposal pitched on 28 January, the company has confirmed.
"We get delicious Agria potatoes which we cut ourselves and double fry in beef dripping for fluffy and crispy chips.
In 1785, the Real Sociedad Economica de Amigos del Pais de Gran Canaria (RSEAPGC) presented a report about the water in the Fuente Agria of Teror, explaining that there are just a few particles of iron and salt in this water.
With respect to his director experience, he currently serves on the boards of Xueda Education Group, AsiaInfo-Linkage, and Agria Corp., among others.
The main plot was N fertilizer (as urea) including 0, 100 and 200 kg N.ha-1 applied at two stages (at planting date and during cultivation) and the sub-plot was potato cultivars including Agria, Marfona, clone B5 and clone B6.
Agria who presents the second book in her Life in the Garden series following her loss of her beloved.
La guayaba agria (Psidium araca) ha sido estudiada como sustrato para la elaboracion de medios de cultivo, encontrandose que puede ser utilizada para el crecimiento, mantenimiento y la conservacion de bacterias (cocos y bacilos) y levaduras de origen ruminal y del estiercol (Lara y Chalela, 2002).
They have 3 acres of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Viognier, Merlot and the Hungarian grape Agria on the western Washington estate.